Published June 27, 2013
The division of proponents of climate change and naysayer’s is a divide of derision that when tallied can effect the environment, business and the sustainability of economies. The advanced view on climate globally is at an exponential pace than that of the U.S. The details and focus of the “Military report critiques US energy production, lack of climate action” has a correlation on DoD strategy and development.
Tree Hugger delivers notice on “The U.S. Center for Naval Analyses and the London-based Royal United Services Institute published a report this month that recommends “putting more effort into fighting global warming than securing reliable supplies of fossil fuels,” reports John H. Cushman at Inside Climate News.” Today, in the wake of President Obama’s speech, Australia is positioning itself for climate change debate.
The contributory factor of climate change is the miseducation of businesses, government and citizens on the related effects and long-term implications of non-action. The ability to reduce emissions, strengthen policies to deter environmental degradation is a pursuit worth investing. The economic costs always are flagged but the start-ups need focus, fuel and development for growth.
The resources in synthesis with climate change effects are relevant and are dominoes slated to fall without focus on the bigger picture. Technologies role in clarifying the positionality of climate effects is through data analyses, business intelligence and aggregation of information presented within a clear interface for knowledge management. The work of building a nexus between resources, energy, climate and technology is the integral to the smart grid.
- Sustainagility and Sustainability (landsdssustainable.com)
- The Guide to Climate Change 2013 (blueandgreentomorrow.com)
- The Common Core and Climate Change Connection for the U.S. (landsdssustainable.com)
- NASA Fully Supports President Obama’s Climate Action Plan (news.softpedia.com)
- Opinion: How policymakers should deal with the climate’s wayward course (o.canada.com)